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Mi II. IIAUKKM ABSOCtATR KDITOIl.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 18C9.
Arrival nml Departure of Mails.
(Cairo I'Oft Otlice, February 2, JBWt )
Timn nf rtnnlntf.1
(Ihrmifih I:Sfln.m.... 1.00 p.m.
(way) li4Jp.ni 11:00 pin.
(through nnd way). 4:00 n.m 11:1) p.m.
UUi III wr route. 4:00 p.m tiiUOp.m.
flmMMinni KiTfir rninn. I
-Hi.tiliivM nml Kriitnvk... fl:00 tim.u... 7:00 n.m.
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Ohio nlre route depart every lnr except Mondays.
v. .M. UHA11AM, J'. M.
Illaola Central R. K.. Chnnsre of Time.
On Sunday, August 20th, the following
mo table will take effect and govern
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til train Ifaios )....... S:;0oc!(xik .m.
ill (rain arrives at.,, ttt X:16oclork a.m.
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Dipu " nil m.wn.
L To Coanty ofllrera.
Notice is hereby given, that the pub.
iawH oriboa are now in my omco ror
mnmirinri. .1. 1 .vwrrir
Augl3 lm County Clerk.
Auction of u largo assortment of fur-
iiirn n.L inn iiuiuviiift iiniinn. nmmtr.
ve., between 12th and 14th streets, on
cuncHuay. eeniomoer isi.
Mart. V. Young, for many years a res
ent or Cairo, nu Innated in I :inrIniintf.
ols now here settlinc un business nre-
ml nary to Ills final departure. Mart'a
lends, who-o name in legion, will regret
lone mm. wo uouo mat. in uis new
omo, he may be appreciated and that
nwperlty may attend hi every step
rho first annual mcotlngof the Alcxan
er County Sabbath School, Teachers'
sauciNiiun win uo iieiu m 1110 .mihiiouisl
hurch in Cairo, nn the 7th and 6th of
mill! mill I... v.......... A II n
resieu in inojcauseoirjuuimiu ttcnoois,
oiu of the Ansoclntlon.
Klllyou, the murderer or Bill Lake, the
towniau, was arrested alHtCharle.", Mo.
i Hnturday last. It In Intimated that
a v U IIUIIVV
urauuy, wnoro the murder was com
Itted, to pass Into the show without a
:ket, tho ofTort to arrest Klllyon was
no means Industrious or iierseverluif.
Tho $1,000 roward offered for tho arrewt
viiu uiurucrur win im rAfAi vii nv
naneHU.Jonnnn, ranraljal ofSt. Churlcfl
Alderman Oilmon X opened n maIoou
tho CJIbflon Houhc. corner of Fourth
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iiuiuo tor finiriious Devtrntrc.". tiibmi
in iirrnn tin in mrriw taik a m i
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We quote the following from our print-
eieurBEinn win rwakbii inn mnsr nnarr.
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nir. WO haVA BAiAf r1 vnli na rhn nrrtnnr
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in our name, to participate with their
Exercising the privilege thus confided
In us we invite our friends to a participa
tion in the Evansville celebration.
If you want a good stove, or tinware
hollow-ware, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything lu that line,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenue
beteon Elovonth and Twelfth street,
where he has moved to, ara fitted up the
largef' and most complete shop in
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smjthlng
and sheet iron work, such as chimneys,
breecher escaping s.team.plpes, etc.
There is probably not more than one
Institution of learning lu tho entire West
which has so liberal an endowment and
bo largo a cash capital as the Blackburn
University, located in tho flourishing and
healthy city of Carlinville, tho county
seat of Macoupin county, Illinois, on the
Chicago, Alton & St. Louis R. B., flfty
nino miles north from St. Louis and thirty-five
south of tho Stato capltol.
Tears ago, when land could be had for
tho entry foe, large quantities were taken
up by Rev. Doct. Blackburn and set
apart as an endowment for this Institu
tion which he had lounded. As the
country Increased in prosperity these
lands grew in value, and, from tho sale
of them, large sums have been
realized, whloh have enabled
the Trustees to erect a spa
cious and commodious buildlug one of
the finest iu tho State and to reserve an
intercut bearing fund amply sufficient to
pay all the ordinary expenses of tho In
stitution. They havo lands yet unsold
from whioh they will realize hereafter
probably fifty thousand dollars. A finely
improved farm near the University, ad
Joining the city limits, is appropriated,
free of charge, to the use of a family who
reside in tho building, ront free, and who
have cbargo of tho Boarding Hall, where
by they are enabled to furnish excellent
board to students at the very moderate
price of three Dollars a week. Hand
some rooms, well lighted and ventilated,
are provided for young men In the Uni
versity Building, and the ontiro cost to
them for Tuition, Boom Bent, Board and
Fuel does not exceed one hundred and
fifty dollars a year. Students of Theol
ogy pay no tuition fee.
The courses of study in the Blackburn
University are the following: 1, academ
ic; 2, scientific; 3, collegiate; 4, theologi
cal ; r, collegiate and theological. The
last named course extends through Ave
Years, and Is designed for those young
men who are preparing for tho gospel
ministry, and who deslro to shorten the
tlmo of their preparation without dimin
ishing Its completeness. Tho studies of
Uils course aro so well selected that tho
young man who has pursued them dili
gently will And himself in no degree in
ferior in a well rounded education to him
who has taken tho ordinary longer
course. The instruction in all depart
ments of the University Is of the very
highest order. French and German ure
in all the courses of study, without any
Another feature In this University Is
worthy of special notice. Youugladles
are admlrted into tho samo classes with
young men they havo tho samo advan
tages for thorough instruction and
when they graduate they will receive
the same degrees. They board and
room In private families. By this ar
rangement parents can educate their
sous and daughters at tho same place
and undor tho samo influences.
Tho fall term will commence on the
first Monday of September. For further
information, address Row J. W. Balloy,
D. D., Professor of theology, or Prof. B.
B. Milton, Carlinville, Illinois.
Hco Advertlsment, In another column.
Letter Heads printed at the 'Bulletin'
Offlco for f 0 00 per thousand.
Chills Cured iu Six Hours, by Knder's
Bead "Barrett's" circular.
An Iartlal Cmle.
Postmaster Graham, of this city, has
Just received instructions from the Post
master General, relative to the new
system of postal money ordors between,
theUnltod States and Switzerland, that
goes into effect on the lat day of Septem
ber. Under this arrangement, (which is
In effect an application of one fcaturo of
our banking system to the post ofllco
department) tho payment of money in
Switzerland to any party named, can bo
effected without Incurlng any risk or con
siderable expense. It is expected that
tho samo arrangement will soon extend
to Germany, Ireland, England and other
parts of Europe. When it does, the
transmission of money to tho old country
can bo effected with tho samo facility
that it can bo sent from ono portion of
tho United States to another.
"Barrett's" received the first premium.
"Tho Best in Uso." Ender's Stomach
Tobucro unci OfiKi
Mr. H. Myers, Ohio levee, Is our prin
cipal dealer In tobacco and cigars. He
has a very full stook, and his ability to
competo with St. Louis and Cincinnati
houses, is now well known. He keepe
every grado of tobacco and brand of
cigars for which there is a demand lu
this markot, besides a large Btock of those
etceteraa, consisting of snuff, smoking
tobacco, nierschauBB, brier-root, olay
and other kinds of pipes, that give com
pleteness to au establishment of, his
kind. Retail dealers in the neighboring
towns can buy from Myers as cheaply
as anywhere else In the Northwest, and
his customers always get exaotly what
they bargain for. He stands high as a
tobacconist and a citizen, and persona'
dealing with him are the men who will
most cheerfully bear evidence to this
fact. For the local retail trade ho is
abundantly supplied. Call in and Bee
Ender's Chill Cure Never Falls.
Earthcrn fruit Jars aro tho cheapest and
when thorouuhlv nrlaznil. Inalrle and ouL
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1 like those on sale at Parson, Davis, A Co
they are as reliable and durable as the
How It May ha Bettered.
It would bo folly to attempt to disguise
the fact that Cairo shares in tho general
busiuess prostration of the country. Our
merchants complain of dull trade, and
our mechanics and laborers of tho wnnt
of employment. There is not an actual
stagnation, but in every department of
trade there is a want of thrift thut can
not escape thenotlcooftho most careless.
It is our own fault that this condition
of affairs exist among us. An actlvcuso
of means at our hands would apply the
corrective. What these means are, almost
every cltUeu knows. From tho Imrncnso
reshipplng business done at our wharves,
we fall to realize our awn because wo do
not own the tonnage to accommodate it.
The steamboats that tako It from our
wharfboats and warehouses are owned In
St. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati, and
work in the interest of those cities, col
lecting money abroad for distribution at
homo. Contemplate, for a moment, tho
effect that a dally or oven tri-weekly lino
of Cairo and New Orleans bout, owned
here, would exert upon our business. A
trl-weekly line would embrace six boats,
tho aggregate expenses of which would
not be less than three thousand dollars
per day. More than ono half of this sum
would be expended In Cairo. The boat
storesand alargeportioii of the fuel would
bo bought hero; all repairs would be
dono hero; the officers and crews would
reside here, and fully three-fourths of
the money received by them as wages
would be put in circulation here. Furth
ermore, our wharfboats would be kept
clear of freights; shipments would never
bo delayed, and a knowledge of the exis
tence of such a lino would control con
slgnmonts In favor of Cairo that now find
It is, doubtless, our own fuulttliat wo
have not n marine way and shipyard,
dry-docks, etc., In full tide of operation
In this regard Cairo offers uuparralluled
advantages. Any sensible man knows
what these advantages are, and, if ho is
honest, will acknowledge their existence.
Now Albany, Mndlson and Cincinnati,
with eomparatfvcly few advantages,
carry on a boat building and repairing
business, which, If transferred here,
would quicken our city Into a career of
prosperity or which we have known
nothing slnco the closo of tho war.
We cannot dismiss from our mind the
notion that a set of marlnq ways, or, at
least dry.docks, can be secured here im
mediately, if our leading citizens will so
determine. At tho head of over-opon
navigation, with a good harbor, nnd
matchless timber all around us, u well
managed boat building and repair busi
ness would prove prosperous here beyond
expectation. If only ordinarily success
ful, at least one hu ndred mechanics and
laboring men would recclvo constant
employment, and through them at least
a hundred thousand dollars would be
ad led to our circulation annually.
Had wo tho line of Cairo nnd Now
Orleans packets, and tho marine ways
or dry-docks now operating In our be
half, wo should know nothing of the
scarolty of money, and business prostra
tion of which tho whole country Is com
plaining. Wo would possess a vitality
quite Independent of tho outsldo world,
and would go ou prospering, although
tho country generally might bo languish
A Ifew Llneaf Bout.
From tho Evanavlllo 'Courior' wo learn
that prominent gentlemen of that city
havo organized an Evansvlllo, Cairo and
Memphis packet company. An organ
ization was effected by tho electiou of
W. F. Nes,bit, Esq., president; John 8.
Hopkins, treasurer; B. K. Dunkersou,
secretary, aud Capt. H. T. Dexter, Super
intendent. A now boat Is being built
for the trade that will bo finished by the
1st day of December. Thero is talk of
buildlug a second boat, which, with the,
Quickstep, will form the line.
All of this speaks well for Kvansvlllc,
and shows that she has wldo-awako, en
terprising citizens. Cairo's interest in
tho line will consist of having her name
associated with that of Evansvlllo and
Memphis on the wheoMiouses of the
boats. This nnd no more, nor mer
chants will not soli (ho boats a dollar's
worth of storca, tier priatlojr offices will
have no part of tho printing, yet Cairo is
expected to furnish about one third of tho
business that is to support the liuo!
Thus it will always bo until the people of
Cairo learn to husband and make tho
most of their own.
Ooe Hard fire Wood
Mr. J. W. Turnor is recolvlug
a supply of splendid hard fire wood
which he will deliver In any quantity
desired in any part of the city. Now is
the time to hand him your orders for
winter wood. Ho cau and will dolivor
It much cheaper than it cau bo bought
two or three mouths, houco whou tho
roads become rough and muddy, and as
to tho quality of tho wood, it cannot bo
surpassed. Ho solicits ordors for any
quantity from a half cord up to live
hundred cords, promising to sell at prloos
that will dofy successful competition.
Six Hundued Dozk.v moro of tho col-
brated "Mason" Fruit Jars, perfect nud
simple solf-sealers, the best In, America
Just received and for sale at reduced
prices, at the Quecnswnro House.
Paksons, Davis & Co.,
Jy22tf . Nos. 5 and 7 Tenth St.
Tho following will bo the lino of march
and tho order of procession by tho Arab
Fro Company and their Invited guests
on Sept. 1st, 1809.
OUDKII ok makoh:
1st Mr. E. Augustus, Esq., of 1'adu
cah and President H. Winter.
2d Paducah Brass Band.
3d-Officer8 and members Mechanics
4th Officers nnd members Hook and
5th Cairo Sliver Cornet Band.
6th Col. U. P. narrls, latechlof-ongln-eer
Chicago Flro Dept.; Capt. E. Shaw,
of the London (England) Flro Brigade,
also Enoch McOrew, chief-engineer Cin
cinnati Flro Dept., in open carriages.
7th-The Mayors of Paducah, J. W.
8auner, Esq., N. B. Casey, of Mound
City, J. L. Hopkins, Esq., of Contralia
and J. H. Oberly, of Cairo, in open car
riages; after which tho Select Council
men and the members of the Common
Council in carriages.
8th M. Hughltt, Gen. Supt. of tho I.
C. R. R., together with James Johnson,
Esq., also of I. C. R. R, in carriage.
0th Jonosboro Brass Band,
10th Arab Fire Company, James S.
11th Hose Division, N. Frouty, Fore
man, H. Lattner, Asslstunt
12th Torch Boy 'a Division, Capt. C.
13th-Llttlo Arab Division, H. Mies
Htb-Flremen in Regalia, Col. J. S.
16th Englno members In regalia, Wm
V. McGee, Foreman.
26th Steamer Jack Winter, James B.
Tho procession will form on Commer
cial avenuo at 6 o'clock, with tho right
resting on 6th street, and movo preolseiy
at 0 o'clock, down Commercial avenuo to
4th street, up 4th to Ohio Levee, along
samo to 10th, down 10th to Commercial
avenue, along same to 12th, down 12th
to Washington avenuo, along same to
10th, down samo to Walnut, along Wal
nut to 8th, down 8th to Washington aven
ue, along same to Gth, up Gth to Commer
cial avenue, thence to the engine house
where the procession will bo dismissed.
By order of H. Wintkh,
President and Grand Marshal.
A young man by tho namo of Clark
affects to bellcvo that ho is called upon
to avenuo tho death of Eaton, tho
desperato man whom officer Cummlngs
shot in self defence. Clark fortified him
self with several glassos of bluo ruin,
this morning, nud by a display of pistols
and dirk knives endeavored to creato
tho impression that ho was a very
dangerous man, and would probably
chopavery largo number of people Into
mlnco meat on tho smallest provocation.
Officer Cummlngs visited him, intend
ing to pursuado him that he bad Justly
Incurred tho vengeance of no ono by
killing Eaton, but Clark was not disposed
to listen, and very savagoiy informed
Cummlngs that If ho wanted to bo hewed
up into shavings, all ho had to do was to
pass over into Kentucky.
James Barrett, at Walker & SIsson's,
also incurred Clark's displeasure, and
was threatened with annihilation. Bar
rctt not relishing such threats caused
tho arrest of Clark on a poaco warrant.
Tho case was hoard boforo 'squiro Bross
this morniug, and tho accused was held
to ball In tho sum of $2)0 to keep the
peace, etc., until the next torm of the
circuit court. Falling to give the ball
ho was committed to the county Jail.
Tax TLvy fr lHAt.
Tho board of Aldermen last night
made a levy of ono and one half per cen
tum on tho assessment recently perfected
aud confirmed. Ono half of one per cent,
was levied for the Interest fund; ono
half of one per cent, for the General
fund; one quarter of ono per cent, for
tho Improvement fund, and ono quarter
of one per cent, to meet interest on tho
F. H. & Co. bonds. This is all subject lo
the concurrence of tho select council.
Tho levy IsHho same as that of last
year. Tho valuation of the property is
somowhat less. The levy on account of
lutorest funds must be paid In cosh.
The balance may bo paid iu city scrip.
"Barrett's" elegant hair restorative.
AMCumrnl fur 1N8D.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
conocrned that tho assessment roll for
Stato and county taxes for tho year 1800
is now deposited in tho County Clerk's
office, where tho samo may be examined,
and all persons having complaints to
make may lay them before the County
Court to be holdou at tho Court House
ou tho first Monday iu September next.
W. A. Redman,
Assessor of Alexander County.
Aug. 7, 1809. dtd. (Times copy.)
For Sale. Eighty acres of the finest
Walnut Timber Land In the country,
situated iu Mississippi county, Mo.,
four (4) miles northeast of Charles
ton and within eight (8) miles of Cairo,
Illinois, Said laud is adjoining John
Hwauk's farm. Also ten acres of tiohool
Land situated three miles from Cairo,
Illinois, on tho Cairo A St. taiiis railroad
ior terms aud particulars enquire o
B. T. Whitaker's Drug Store, No. 108
Commercial avenue, Cairo Illinois, dtf
Use Ender's Chill Cure. "It uever
'Barrett's" Is the household word,
MM I III'K V ILLINOIS KOP.MAL.
Cnrlionilnle Nrltcloil nMlie Mte for It.
We learn by special telegram that
Carbnndalo has been selected m the site
for tho Southern Illinois Normal School.
We aro not nd vised as to details, but pre
sume that the vote stood : Carbondalo 3,
Tamaroa2, tho matter being determined
by tho votoofCoI. Boyer, who, heroto
foro, voted for Olney.
Well, tho selection Is a wiseonn: ami
j we heartily congratulate tho Carbon-
iiananB on tnolr success,
Port list for th. 4H Honrs Ending at
Two o'clock, p. M.
Gen. An.lmon, Columl.tn. Wm. White, Patlucnh.
Adella, Mound City, Filnml.hlp, ni ltnont;
Molmwk, Bl I.ou!n, pink Vntbli, McmphU,
Gen. Anderton. Columbun. Wm WhHc.Psdncah.
Friendship, fitl)tili, Mohawk, NO
Adolla, do Pink Vnrble, Loulullle,
A llaVcr Tonnoii.en Itlver
The weather is again clear, but is cool
and ploasant, although gradually bacom
lng warmer. The bwoII in tho Missis
sippi continues and Is a matter of surprise
to all. There is now water for all classes
of steamers as high up that river as St.
Paul a most extraordinay occurrence on
tho first day of autumn, ns to-morrow
lit i rrtt. . .
win do. ins aiissourt rivor is low, but
not in very bad oouditiou.
Tho Ohio Is rising again at Pittsburg
with a little over two feet in tho channel.
It is stationary at Louisvillo with throo
feet in tho canal.
Here the river has risen about twelve
inches since last night.
Business continues good, and a large
amouutoffreightls recoived and shipped
daily by both river and rail.
Tho Wm. White, Capt. Northorn, Is
tho regular paoket for Paducah this ove
ulng. Euder's 8tomach Hitters! "Tuo best
pOR EASTPORT AND WATERLOO
itKuirr.AR Tiicnsn.iY packet.
jrk, Tho lleht ilmncht tp.imir ALPHA,
.iiialTaC I'. KYMAN, Matter, W. I!. 1IYERH.
Cli-rk.wulVnvofnrthe nbore nml nil Intermediate
TENNlHn ItlVKR, EVERY THURSDAY EVEN
ING. Tho Alplm connect cloudy at Danvillo with train
rurClnrknTllle, noulliitf Gren nml l.oulnvllle, and
nt Johnionrilln with tnilimfor Naxlivlllo.
Itcturnlnn nliKcoimictHut Cairo with steamer and
train for nil point. aulOtf
QAIItO AND PADUOAU
TIb llRht UrattKht pt.nciiKcr .Steamer
n. Y. NOItTIIKH.V M ...Muter,
J. V.llKVlCltl.r.. -Clerk,
WJI. mnke reh'tiler lUII.Y TRIPS between Cairo and
I'ltducah, luariDK Cairo mery iimilng (riundaya ei
cepted) uttlre o'clock.
Thn White connect at Paducah uilMhe New OrlcAna
and OlflorallroAn, and the Cumberland ami Tcnneie
Far freight or parage applv nn bonnl, or lo
M. J. UUCKI.kr, Agent,
Ian23.lt! Culm. Illlnoli.
CADEMY OF THE SISTERS OF
l THK LOUETTO.
C'AIUO, - . . II.I.INOIM.
Tills IliNlKullon wnn rounded In 1SSJ,
nnd Chnrtrrcd liy the State or
llllnolN lu !Stl5,
llowd and Tuition, liiclitd lng bell and bedding,
toaihlnx aud ntalionkry, per term of the
montha - mm (107
Muilc, danclnu, painting nnd tuo languages, extra.
For further information npplr to the,
eunWdSm SIOTIIEII SUPSIUOR.
WHITE LEAD, ZINC .VXD OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
rlruihea, 1Vull l'njier anil Wliuiotr
95 OHIO LK VKE .....OA IRQ, ILL
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNQ
QATXL h. TnOMAS,
SIGN .1X1) ORNAMENTAL PAINTER,
Nhop-Ju (he lxucncnt of tho ity National Bask
budding, on Ohio I.uvce,
TORN HYLAND'S SALOON
Is auppliod with all kind of
Beer, Ale, Ac.,
Commercial avenue, bet. Ninth and Tenth streets.
The thlrttr, who lovo good liquors, ahould rfrehloi
a call, and tliojo who wlh to pufT a fragrant clzar caa
hare their wanta supplied at hi bar. decadtf
Jg S. HARWELL,
FtJUlNriTTJ H. XI
Quoeaswaro, Bar Fixtures, Glassware
IIOVHU KL'UNISIUNC GOODS,
Na.l8QndlN7,OAin.Av. I OAIUO .tUb
Per the I'onsilluilonnl Conveutlaa.
We aro authorliod to announce tho Hon. Wllllofc
J. Allen aa a candidato for membership In the Oonsti
tmlonal Conreiitlon frpm tho Firat Itepueentatlia
PUtrid, composed of tho counties of Union, Alexan
der and Pulaski, subject to tho decision of the Dcaaot
cratlo party. imU t4t'v
-piytyr ACTION HKACK-A superior auM
JT t'oTforaklittorpaiUi mi unaqualUU bracelSr
the shoulder j a,way a auipuodor. a brace, ,r M&I